Category Archives: Book reviews

Enhanced 4E – Combat In Motion Review

When I was first approached with this eBook I thought it was something completely different than what I got, what I got was 80 surprising pages filled with stuff to wrap my brain around, and giving me a new look on combat and movement, Enhanced 4E Combat In Motion by Christopher F. Ash is exactly what it says… Read More »

Doomed Slayers Review

Doomed Slayers by Jürgen Hubert is an important supplement that can really be spun for absolutely any tabletop you play as it doesn’t have specific mechanics, sometimes the concepts may seem something we may “know”, but I’ve been in my share of groups that completely lack the concepts in this book, so lets take a deeper look. When you… Read More »

Amethyst: Foundations

A new setting book has been released for the 4th edition of D&D game. It takes us to the near future where the modern world goes under great changes and the old fantasies of mankind returns. This radical change starts when two magical gates open and lets all magical power flowing again through the veins of this world.… Read More »